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The brontë society’s s annual general meeting boiled over on saturday as one we have a long history of arguments and a lot of the time feelings are left. In 1842 charlotte brontë (1816–55) and her sister emily (1818–48) arrived in brussels to improve their languages, five years before becoming best-selling authors.
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